Vol. X No.8 -   April 2 - April 17, 2011
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 Region 5 police confiscate 14 stolen pickup trucks

Pol Lt Gen. Chaiya Siri-amphankul, the Commissioner of Provincial Police Region 5 and the seized stolen trucks that had been sold illegally at city second hand markets.

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Drug traffickers see assets worth more than 8 million baht seized

Chiang Mai police arrested two drug dealers, seizing assets of one of them worth more than 8 million baht on April 6, 2011 Pol Maj Gen Somsak Chantaping, the Commander of Chiang Mai Provincial Police announced at a press conference on April 7.

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Chiang Mai Fest kicks off at 3 Kings Monument

The Chiang Mai Fest kicked off at the 3 Kings Monument on Friday evening with a grand opening ceremony attended by Dr. Chao Duang Duan Na Chiang Mai, President of Chiang Mai Provincial Culture Council,

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Bangkok Motor Show

The 32nd Bangkok Motor Show, which takes annually place in Thailand’s capital, presented a fabulous choice of cars from all over the world. The selection of the German BMW (Bayerische Motoren Werke Munich) group and also the selection of the rival Mercedes Benz based in Stuttgart were very popular with show goers.

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Around Town

From street kid to grad student

William Ignasius Rettob has survived living of the streets, child labor and sectarian violence in his hometown Ambon, Maluku. Today he studies graphic design at university, works full time and is inspiring a group of young Indonesians with his story.

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Chiang Mai Mayor Tussanai Buranupakorn and municipal administrators attended the ceremony to pour holy water on the Phra Sitangkhamanee and Phra Sila Buddha images, marking the beginning of Songkran, the traditional Thai New year celebration this year at Wat Chiang Marn on April 1.

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